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GREECE & HER ISLANDS To find out more visit saga.co.uk/greece Thessaloniki CORFU MarBella Corfu Halkidiki Greece Kefalonia Corinth Canal Olympia Kalamata Ikos Oceania Portes Beach Hotel Ikos Olivia Philoxenia Aegean Sea Athens Mykonos Grecotel Filoxenia Hotel Symi Blue Sea Beach Resort Electra Palace Hersonissos Chania Heraklion Imperial Bélvédere Aldemar Royal Mare Grecotel Meli Palace RHODES CRETE Sissi Greece & her islands Beautiful whitewashed villages... crystal-clear seas... ancient sites brimming with fascinating history... Whether you want to stay on the mainland or on one of Greece's beautiful islands, we have a fantastic choice of locations for you to enjoy. Explore Halkidiki where golden fields contrast with rolling hills, escape to Crete the largest of the Greek Isles, or explore historic Corfu with its rugged mountains, Venetian fortress and medieval lanes. Alternatively, stay on the island of roses ­ Rhodes ­ the largest of Greece's Dodecanese islands and see the ancient ruins and medieval Street of the Knights, or choose the Jewel of the Peloponnese, Kalamata, which combines the ancient and the modern with a glittering waterfront and ancient castles. The traditional mills of Mykonos The Palace of Knossos The Acropolis of Lindos, Rhodes Helpful Information Greece is located in the Eastern Mediterranean. The Aegean Sea lies to the east of the mainland, the Ionian Sea to the west and the Mediterranean Sea to the south. Flying time: 3 hours 30 minutes from Gatwick to Athens. Time difference: GMT +2. Average high temperature (°C) Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec 10 11 15 19 25 30 32 32 27 21 15 10 Figures based on Thessaloniki Why not try... Exploring Halkidiki. Halkidiki's geography affords it a unique beauty characterised by mile upon mile of vast sandy beaches, bustling fishing villages and pine-clad slopes. Discovering the Peloponnese. The Peloponnese is a wild and beautiful region, cut off from mainland Greece by the Corinth Canal and famous for its abundant olive and orange groves. Going back in time in Crete. Crete has its own identity and a history that goes back to the very birth of ancient civilization. 204